Guests/Wait List

Welcome to the Utah Water Ski Club guest and wait list area. One of the major goals of the club is to ensure that all club members have a great skiing experience by placing and maintaining quality slalom courses and docks on Utah Lake. The club currently consists of about 64 members with permits from the state to maintain two slalom courses and two docks on Utah Lake. The club's board keeps the membership numbers at a reasonable level to allow all members a quality skiing experience. Utah Water Ski Club members have first rights to use the slalom course. Wait list members and non members can use the course at their own risk when members are done skiing or not doing course maintenance. When members are skiing you may be able to work in a set between them if you go to the dock and ask first.

Since we do have people drop out each year the Utah Water Ski Club has a wait list (click here for the current wait list) for those interested in joining the club. The club lets in a minimum of three new members each year, possibly more depending on how many drop out, projected water levels and available course locations. One benefit of being on the club wait list is that you receive the same discounts (click her for the discounts) to local retailers as the members which can easily save you over $20 a year.

To get your name on the wait list email a scanned copy (picture with your phone works) of the application (for application form click here) to then send $20 with Venmo (preferred, send to @UtahWaterSkiClub) or PayPal to the Utah Water Ski Club. When paying with Venmo/PayPal make sure you make a note of who the payment is for. As a last resort you may also snail mail the application and a $20 check payable to the Utah Water Ski Club to the VP of Membership. The $20 for the wait list goes towards maintaining the club's courses and docks, it also ensures only serious people are on the wait list. The year your name comes up to join the club your current year's $20 to stay on the wait list will be applied towards new member dues of $350 ($250 if a current family member is a member), all previous years wait list fees will not be refunded. After the first year dues of $350 renewing dues are $125 a year.

*The new preferred electronic payment method is the Venmo app, send to @UtahWaterSkiClub. You can still use PayPal below but the club is charged a fee.

VP Membership
Garn Arnold
522 S. Arnold Ct
Alpine, UT 84004 also Cc

**IMPORTANT** In order to stay on the wait list you will need to pay $20 each year by March 31st, you will also need to e-mail or snail mail in your updated application form (for application form click here) . If you want to trade your current position on the wait list you need to notify the Membership VP by March 31st. If you put your spot up for trade you will have NO control of where you end up and would only want to do it if you no longer want to be on the wait list but want to get some money back. If you don't pay your $20 by March 31st your spot will go up for trade and ALL proceeds will go to the club. If you are current on the wait list and put your spot up for trade you will get $8.33 for every spot you drop and will have the option to trade again the next year to get even more money back.

Trading rules:
1. If you would like to put your spot up for trade please notify the membership VP before March 31st.
2. In order to get money back when you trade you must be current on your wait list dues.
3. Every April the entire wait list will be notified by email of the spots open for trade.
4. If you would like to trade up send in a one time highest bid to the membership VP.
5. Highest bid wins, your bid must be at least $8.33 for every spot you move up. Highest bid is determined by the amount you bid per spot you move up not on the total dollar amount.
6. The person you trade with will be given $8.33 for every spot they drop and the club will get the remainder.

Click here for the current wait list.

For further information about the club and how to join, please email Garn Arnold (membership VP) at or Scot Chipman (President) at